The Resource Warning to all Protestants, particularly to those of Great Britain and Ireland. : Containing, I. The inhabitants of the world divided into thirty parts, viz. heathen, mahometan, and Christian. II. The number of Protestants in Great-Britain and Ireland computed: also the number of the inhabitants of the earth: the circumserence of the globe reduced into English miles: on the earth growing and diminishing. III. Work cut out for Dean Swift, Mr. Asgill, and the unbelieving club at the Grecian: a protest against Orator Henley; with a short account of the Heathen, Mahometan, and Christian religion. IV. A short character of their majesties, and the royal family: remarks on the craftsman, with the story of the moors conquering of Spain. V. The history of the excise bill, with a dialogue betwixt an alderman of London and a Quack doctor; with a random shot from an Irish planet. VI. Persons who have pensions and places, considered; with some remarks on the Romish Lords and gentlemen, and some young clergy men. VII. How Dr. Burnet was imployed at Rome by Cardinal Howard, with remarks on some young travellers. VIII. Seasonable advice to the protestant dissenters. Our modern politicians considered. The character of this present Parliament. A story of two wild goats; with some other remarkable passages, (electronic resource)

Warning to all Protestants, particularly to those of Great Britain and Ireland. : Containing, I. The inhabitants of the world divided into thirty parts, viz. heathen, mahometan, and Christian. II. The number of Protestants in Great-Britain and Ireland computed: also the number of the inhabitants of the earth: the circumserence of the globe reduced into English miles: on the earth growing and diminishing. III. Work cut out for Dean Swift, Mr. Asgill, and the unbelieving club at the Grecian: a protest against Orator Henley; with a short account of the Heathen, Mahometan, and Christian religion. IV. A short character of their majesties, and the royal family: remarks on the craftsman, with the story of the moors conquering of Spain. V. The history of the excise bill, with a dialogue betwixt an alderman of London and a Quack doctor; with a random shot from an Irish planet. VI. Persons who have pensions and places, considered; with some remarks on the Romish Lords and gentlemen, and some young clergy men. VII. How Dr. Burnet was imployed at Rome by Cardinal Howard, with remarks on some young travellers. VIII. Seasonable advice to the protestant dissenters. Our modern politicians considered. The character of this present Parliament. A story of two wild goats; with some other remarkable passages, (electronic resource)

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Warning to all Protestants, particularly to those of Great Britain and Ireland. : Containing, I. The inhabitants of the world divided into thirty parts, viz. heathen, mahometan, and Christian. II. The number of Protestants in Great-Britain and Ireland computed: also the number of the inhabitants of the earth: the circumserence of the globe reduced into English miles: on the earth growing and diminishing. III. Work cut out for Dean Swift, Mr. Asgill, and the unbelieving club at the Grecian: a protest against Orator Henley; with a short account of the Heathen, Mahometan, and Christian religion. IV. A short character of their majesties, and the royal family: remarks on the craftsman, with the story of the moors conquering of Spain. V. The history of the excise bill, with a dialogue betwixt an alderman of London and a Quack doctor; with a random shot from an Irish planet. VI. Persons who have pensions and places, considered; with some remarks on the Romish Lords and gentlemen, and some young clergy men. VII. How Dr. Burnet was imployed at Rome by Cardinal Howard, with remarks on some young travellers. VIII. Seasonable advice to the protestant dissenters. Our modern politicians considered. The character of this present Parliament. A story of two wild goats; with some other remarkable passages
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Warning to all Protestants, particularly to those of Great Britain and Ireland.
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Containing, I. The inhabitants of the world divided into thirty parts, viz. heathen, mahometan, and Christian. II. The number of Protestants in Great-Britain and Ireland computed: also the number of the inhabitants of the earth: the circumserence of the globe reduced into English miles: on the earth growing and diminishing. III. Work cut out for Dean Swift, Mr. Asgill, and the unbelieving club at the Grecian: a protest against Orator Henley; with a short account of the Heathen, Mahometan, and Christian religion. IV. A short character of their majesties, and the royal family: remarks on the craftsman, with the story of the moors conquering of Spain. V. The history of the excise bill, with a dialogue betwixt an alderman of London and a Quack doctor; with a random shot from an Irish planet. VI. Persons who have pensions and places, considered; with some remarks on the Romish Lords and gentlemen, and some young clergy men. VII. How Dr. Burnet was imployed at Rome by Cardinal Howard, with remarks on some young travellers. VIII. Seasonable advice to the protestant dissenters. Our modern politicians considered. The character of this present Parliament. A story of two wild goats; with some other remarkable passages
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Warning to all Protestants, particularly to those of Great Britain and Ireland. : Containing, I. The inhabitants of the world divided into thirty parts, viz. heathen, mahometan, and Christian. II. The number of Protestants in Great-Britain and Ireland computed: also the number of the inhabitants of the earth: the circumserence of the globe reduced into English miles: on the earth growing and diminishing. III. Work cut out for Dean Swift, Mr. Asgill, and the unbelieving club at the Grecian: a protest against Orator Henley; with a short account of the Heathen, Mahometan, and Christian religion. IV. A short character of their majesties, and the royal family: remarks on the craftsman, with the story of the moors conquering of Spain. V. The history of the excise bill, with a dialogue betwixt an alderman of London and a Quack doctor; with a random shot from an Irish planet. VI. Persons who have pensions and places, considered; with some remarks on the Romish Lords and gentlemen, and some young clergy men. VII. How Dr. Burnet was imployed at Rome by Cardinal Howard, with remarks on some young travellers. VIII. Seasonable advice to the protestant dissenters. Our modern politicians considered. The character of this present Parliament. A story of two wild goats; with some other remarkable passages, (electronic resource)
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Warning to all Protestants, particularly to those of Great Britain and Ireland. : Containing, I. The inhabitants of the world divided into thirty parts, viz. heathen, mahometan, and Christian. II. The number of Protestants in Great-Britain and Ireland computed: also the number of the inhabitants of the earth: the circumserence of the globe reduced into English miles: on the earth growing and diminishing. III. Work cut out for Dean Swift, Mr. Asgill, and the unbelieving club at the Grecian: a protest against Orator Henley; with a short account of the Heathen, Mahometan, and Christian religion. IV. A short character of their majesties, and the royal family: remarks on the craftsman, with the story of the moors conquering of Spain. V. The history of the excise bill, with a dialogue betwixt an alderman of London and a Quack doctor; with a random shot from an Irish planet. VI. Persons who have pensions and places, considered; with some remarks on the Romish Lords and gentlemen, and some young clergy men. VII. How Dr. Burnet was imployed at Rome by Cardinal Howard, with remarks on some young travellers. VIII. Seasonable advice to the protestant dissenters. Our modern politicians considered. The character of this present Parliament. A story of two wild goats; with some other remarkable passages, (electronic resource)
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  • Price on title page: (Price One Shilling.)
  • Reproduction of original from National Library of Ireland
Control code
ESTCN25179
Dimensions
80.
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unknown
Extent
32pages
Form of item
electronic
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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  • (Uk-ES)006016650
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